Kids Learn to Spell with Bubbles Free

Intended Audience
Kids Learn to Spell with Bubbles Free is a game intended for youngsters who have a basic understanding of the sounds of consonants and short vowels or who have used the Bubble Phonics game application. It is the first exposure to spelling for your youngest speller.

For Parents
Kids Learn to Spell with Bubbles Free is an educational game that provides an entertaining learning experience with colorful bubbles and phonetic sounds. The free game presents a few of the words from the full set of words of 100 three-letter phonetically spelled words that use the short vowel sounds.

When the game begins, the young speller will see a word appear in the left hand corner with one missing letter. An image representing the word appears in the right hand corner. Translucent floating bubbles float across the screen containing a random set of letters including the correct one. The young speller chooses the correct letter to complete the spelling of the word.

The Game
As an example, the word “cat” would appear as _at with a cat image as an aid for the young speller. A pleasant voice pronounces the word “cat” and the phonetic sound of the letter c. The youngster searches the floating bubbles to find the correct letter. If the correct letter is chosen, they are rewarded with an audio and visual positive response. If an incorrect letter is chosen, they are gently encouraged to try again with a reduced number of selections.

Learning concepts
Letter recognition from phonetic sounds
Alphabet recognition
Word Recognition
Letter/Word association
Phonetic awareness
Basic spelling skills
Reading readiness
Concept of the printed word
Vocabulary Building

Benefits
Kids Learn to Spell with Bubbles Free is a natural sequence for toddlers and youngsters who are preparing themselves to read. The game has an excellent user interface for very young fingers. This educational game keeps your child’s attention while she or he learns phonics, spelling and readiness to read. In addition it improves motor skills and sharpens memory. Toddlers and young children are eager to play the game over and over.


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